ITALY – Following the victory at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 with the song “Zitti e buoni”, the single winner of the 71st edition of the Sanremo Festival, Måneskin have begun to attract great attention to them even outside the borders of the Peninsula, which has allowed the Roman band to achieve success abroad.
And it is just outside Italy where currently the Capitoline quartet – which published the new version of his “I wanna be your slave” in duet with Iggy Pop on August 6 – is busy presenting his music live, performing live on the stage of several European festivals. Among these, the Hradec Králové event in the Czech Republic, Rock for People Hope, hosted tonight – 13 August – the performance of Damiano David, Victoria De Angelis, Thomas Raggi and Ethan Torchio.
As evidenced by some videos shared as a story on Instagram by Måneskin themselves and by some videos made by fans present at the concert, the group has – among other things – performed a live cover of the song “Bury a friend” by Billie Eilish.
Here are some clips from the performance of the song originally included in “When we all fall asleep, where do we go?”, The debut album by the Californian pop star, who on July 30 released her second studio album, “Happier than ever”.
Another video, made by another fan during tonight’s concert, features an excerpt from Måneskin performance of their cover of “Beggin”, a song originally interpreted by the Four Seasons in ’67 and then reworked in 2007 by the hip duo.
Norwegian hop by Madcon, which last July allowed the Roman group to become the most listened to artists on Spotify globally (before being ousted by Justin Bieber and The Kid Laroi with “Stay”).
Damiano David and associates play “Coraline” (from about 1:45 minutes), the second track of their most recent album “Teatro d’ira – Vol. I”, and “I wanna be your slave” (from about 7:30 ).
A few weeks ago the Roman band was awarded by the mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi with the Capitoline Wolf and for the occasion, the Maneskin announced a concert event scheduled for July 9, 2022, at the Circus Maximus.